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Perak to monitor cave temples

IPOH: The Perak government will set up a committee to monitor the safety aspects of temples built on hilly areas and in limestone caves, following the collapse of a limestone outcrop at the Perak Cave Temple here on Sunday.

Mentri Besar Datuk Seri Mohammad Nizar Jamaluddin said the committee, which would be headed by a state exco member, would check and monitor all temples which were a major tourist attraction.

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Cave safety inspection was a procedure conducted by the local authorities. As usual, lack of enforcement is a norm in the Bolehland, this routine safety inspection on caves was discontinued several years ago.

“Natural disasters” like landslide, collapse of stone, etc. will re-occur after several years later because our memory on natural disaters is fading as fast as moonson rain.